Campaign Specialty Items

Looking for an easy, high-impact way to get the sometimes complex messages about the problems with unions across to voters? Do you need a way to counter the “too good to be true” promises of a union organizer? Try one (or all) of these battle-tested Specialty Items in your next campaign.

Every union avoidance campaign will benefit from specialty items that further develop and focus your pro-employee, union-free message. These items are a simple way to communicate often complex ideas, or of injecting humor into a rigorous campaign. Some items are specifically designed to create a positive bandwagon effect as a union representation election approaches. Their greatest value is as quick, tangible reminders to voters of the many negatives of supporting the union.

Mail Ballot Elections Package

With the majority of elections being managed by the mail ballot process for the foreseeable future, we’ve added a special package of materials designed to make sure your employees understand the process and are confident in handling the NLRB package they will receive in the mail.  

Click on the button to the left to review the contents and options in the Mail Ballot Package, and for instructions on how to order.

Warranty Coupon Books
Warranty Coupons dramatically illustrate how empty the union’s promises really are. Concerned voters won’t hesitate to confront a union organizer with their coupon booklets and ask for signed guarantees - something no organizer will give. When this happens, the core issues of many union campaigns begin to crumble. Available in English or Spanish.
Strike Computers
Strike Calculators are a simple way to communicate the often complex idea of how much money a strike could cost an employee and his or her family. These easy-to-use handouts let your employees calculate for themselves how much in wages they could lose during a union strike and how long they would have to work to recover the lost income. A voter simply sets the Strike Computer on the amount of money they make per week and the number of weeks a strike might last. (Available in three pay ranges: $300-$550 per week; $450-$700 per week; $600-$850 per week).
Vote No! Wristbands
Another great way to keep your campaign message on target 24/7 is wearable items imprinted with a union-free message. These powerful little personal billboards allow union-free supporters to express their opposition to union membership while also reminding undecided voters of the tide of popular opinion running against the union. Vote NO! wristbands are a great way for company supporters to express their view in a subtle way, especially in workplaces where buttons or other items might cause safety concerns.
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Vote NO! buttons are another great way for company supporters to show their coworkers how they feel about a union coming into the company. A variety of colorful and eye-catching messages are applied to sturdy 2.25 inch diameter buttons. These items can create a positive bandwagon effect as a union representation election approaches.They’re fun, high-impact, and can help voters relax a bit during what can often be a stressful campaign.
Vote NO Door Hangers
Vote NO! Door Hangers  allow your employees to make a statement before a union organizer ever knocks on their door.  They let the organizer know they’ve wasted their time coming to the employees home. As employees take the door hangers to bring them home, they help energize company supporters by encouraging them to do the same.  There are 25 Vote No! Door Hangers in each bundle.